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Making the Dominion of Canada Over coming resistance and creating confederation ContDominion of Canada July 1 1867NS NB Quebec Ontario Stages and Processes in the coming of Confederation Worries How much will this cost will taxes rise Will the FrenchQuebecers lose their culture and their religionCartier was very pro confederation in quebec STAGES AND PROCESSES IN THE COMING OF CONFEDERATIONThe Great CoalitionJune 1864 before this very short lived political parties very frustrating to the governor generalso he suggested that a coalition be formedgorge brown and John A M Charlottetown Conference Sept 1864a meet and greet and preliminary discussion parting and drinking no real details were worked out that happens at the next conferenceQuebec Conference Oct 1864 hammering out the SeventyTwo Resolutionsbecome the core of the British North America Act this is the written part of the Canadian st Constitution from July 1 onward Passed in London England but comes into effect July 11867Seventy Two Res never put to popular voteit was the work of the politics Meetings in London Eng Dec 1866Jan 1867 some final changes in the SeventyTwo ResPassing the Britis
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